#64: Joseph Coniff Like many of Denver's notable emerging artists, Joey Coniff got off to a fast start after leaving the Rocky Mountain College of Art Design and the mentorship of Clark Richert, climbing aboard with Rule Gallery right out of the chute. It's not hard to see why: His utilitarian an ... More >>
#95: Tyler Beard The collage work of Kansas native Tyler Beard features textures, landscape and hard angles meeting in zen simplicity and sometimes flying off into sculptural planes. The results are interesting enough to have ended up in the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, MCA Denver and Aspen' ... More >>
Putting together an exquisite corpse exhibit would be no easy task for a gallerist in any case, but Rebecca Peebles and Danette Montoya of the adventurous Groundswell Gallery made their mission even more challenging: For Exquisite Corpse: Stamped and Mailed, they tapped a whopping 44 local artists t ... More >>
Ever since the Harlem Shake snagged the Internet's attention, it seems that video after video of frat boys, Army officers and various mammals at Sea World wiggling uncontrollably to Baauer's dance track by the same name have been constantly appearing in our Facebook newsfeeds. If you've secretly des ... More >>
Michael Paglia visits Robischon Gallery and William Havu Gallery in this week's review, "The Nature Lovers," taking in a group show, an exhibit featuring both Sam Scott & Jim Waid, as well as a show from Homare Ikeda. These three shows are all heavily inspired by nature and the art in them ranges fr ... More >>
"Snowflake," by Bryan Nash Gill, pine. Michael Paglia's review of Material Abstraction at the Robischon Gallery (through June 30) and Bryan Nash Gill: Cut Wood at Goodwin Fine Art (through June 22) explores contemporary abstraction while showcasing pieces by regional and national artists. Both sho ... More >>
The pattern that connects the artists included in Material Abstraction, which runs through the end of this month at Robischon Gallery, is the way that each exploits the unique properties of their particular medium. And what a batch of mediums they use: automotive lacquer, vinyl and recycled objects.